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New Wiki Content on Ku Klux Klan

Extremism in North America

Ku Klux Klan Wiki profile The Wiki profile on the Ku Klux Klan has been updated to reflect the most current information concerning group history, ideology, and affiliates, along with detailed maps of locations or attacks, operational capabilities, social network charts, and much more. If you have any questions or comments about... Read More ››

ISVG Featured in Press Release from Partner iXreveal

In the Media

The following press release details ISVG's use of the iXreveal product line with ISVG data holdings to identify and quickly narrow incidents and groups related to the Time Square Bombing incident. Read More ››

ISVG Highlighted in Connecticut Post Article

In the Media

CT Post runs front page story on Sunday, June 27, 2010 about ISVG and the research on the Times Square Bombing Attempt. Read More ››

Terrorism and Latent Group Models

In the Media

In the latest issue of Criminology, Torbjorn Skardhamar addresses some potentially significant issues with latent trajectory models that should have a direct impact on how terrorism studies assesses group behavior. Specifically, Skardhamar makes the argument that latent trajectories can and will be found in any data with multiple heterogeneous... Read More ››

i2 Group Announces ISVG-i2 Partnership and New Enterprise Intelligence Project Codenamed Apollo

In the Media

i2 Group CEO Bob Griffin announced in his keynote address on Tuesday 6 April 2010 that i2 would be partnering with ISVG to bring open source data on terrorism, extremism, and transnational crime to their customer base. This announcement was in conjunction with i2 Groups' new product announcement -... Read More ››

ISVG Demo’d at Palantir GovCon5

In the Media

ISVG was one of the demonstration exhibits at the Palantir GovCon5 event on 7 April 2010 puttin ISVG's capabilities on live display for more than 700 attendees at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Tyson's Corner, VA. Several ISVG staff were on hand to give demonstrations of the data... Read More ››

ISVG and Web 2.0

In the Media

With the relaunch of ISVG’s website, and the introduction of the blog, we thought it was appropriate to take some time out to talk about what we plan on doing and why we think an online presence is important for us. Read More ››

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